Bewitchments Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Bewitchments Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Bewitchments Sayings By Robert Walser: Mysteries make one dream of unendurable bewitchments, they have the fragrance of something quite, quite Mysteries make one dream of unendurable bewitchments, they have the fragrance of something quite, quite unspeakably beautiful. — Robert Walser
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Bewitchments Sayings By Storm Constantine: Wraeththu have been with me for the greater part of my life. My first rather Wraeththu have been with me for the greater part of my life. My first rather ham-fisted (and half-finished) stories about them began in my mid-teens. It wasn't until I was twenty-six that I began work properly on the full-length novel that became The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit, first volume of the Wraeththu trilogy, which was published in 1987. This was followed by The Bewitchments of Love and Hate and the Fulfilments of Fate and Desire. — Storm Constantine
Bewitchments Sayings By Jean Lorrain: And then I recalled those mysterious stories about the waxworkers of the middle ages and And then I recalled those mysterious stories about the waxworkers of the middle ages and the public reprobation attached to their trade. Did they not live in cellars, in the eternal twilight propitious for enchantments and apparitions? Their visionary art (who, more than they, evoked a truer image of life?) was closely related to that of magicians: bewitchments were carried out with wax figures, witch trials are full of them, and one particular legend haunted me above all, that of the modeler from Anspach, who slowly squeezed the soul and the life out of his model in order to animate his painted waxwork and then, having finished his work of art, awaited nightfall to go and bury the corpse in the ditch at the city walls. — Jean Lorrain
Bewitchments Sayings By Eliphas Levi: Weakness ever sympathizes with vice, because vice is a weakness which assumes the mask of Weakness ever sympathizes with vice, because vice is a weakness which assumes the mask of strength. Madness holds reason in horror, and on all subjects it delights in the exaggerations of falsehood. The cause of all bewitchments, the poison of all philtres, the power of all sorcerers are there. — Eliphas Levi